Types of pitch

We try to cater for all of our members' and non-members' needs by providing a selection of different pitch types.

Across our network, we have over 20,000 pitches. Over half of them are hardstanding. Our grass pitches tend only to be used May to October as they become unusable in the winter months due to the weather. We have objectives in place to ensure that we convert pitches every year (subject to planning), so this number will just keep on growing.

Different pitch types

There are seven types of pitches across our Club sites:

Serviced pitches

These pitches mostly provide all-weather surface and generally an individual ground level inlet to accept grey water. Further shared facilities include illuminated electrical hook up bollard and drinking water. Water hoses should be the same length as the electrical hook up cable (25m). There is an additional charge for this pitch type. 

Super pitches

Where available, these pitches offer individual facilities, including all-weather pitching surface, illuminated electrical hook up bollard (including booster TV aerial outlet), facilities for drinking water, grey water and chemical disposal, ground level inlet to accept foul water (grey water or sewage) and privacy hedge between each pitch. There is an additional charge for this pitch type.

Standard pitch with awning

These are pitches that can be either grass or hardstanding, have shared electric hook up and space for an awning.

Standard pitch without awning

These are pitches that can be either grass or hardstanding and have shared electric hook up. If you do not have an awning please select a 'standard without awning' pitch if available. However, if there are no 'standard without awning' pitches available, you can book a 'standard with awning' pitch without using one.

Multi-surface pitch

Available at Tewkesbury Club Site only.

This pitch type offers a hardstanding pitching area for your outfit with electric hook up. When ground conditions permit, (typically between May and September), or as indicated by the site staff, you may also erect an awning on the 3m grass area within the pitch area however this cannot be guaranteed at all times. Awnings cannot be sited on the block-paved hardstanding area at any time.

Non-electric economy pitches

These pitches are grass and have no electric hook up. They offer extremely good value if you require no facilities to pitch. Some sites have the option of non-electric economy pitches with or without awning. A selection of our sites offer non-electric pitch stays from just £1.50 a night (for two adults and a pitch), providing excellent value for money.

Tent pitches

On a number of sites, we have some allocated spaces for tent camping. They are usually on grass, and some include electric hook up. You can either book online or call the site direct if you have a large tent or any other special requirements.

 

List of sites with serviced pitches

  • Bearsted Club Site
  • Ramslade Club Site
  • Strathclyde Country Park Club Site
  • Poolsbrook Country Park Club Site
  • Putts Corner Club Site
  • Burford Club Site
  • Incleboro Fields Club Site
  • The Firs Club Site
  • Melrose Gibson Park Club Site
  • White Water Park Club Site
  • Hawes Club Site
  • Littlehampton Club Site
  • Blackshaw Moor Club Site
  • Forfar Lochside Club Site
  • Chapel Lane Club Site
  • Burrs Country Park Club Site
  • Black Knowl Club Site
  • Looe Club Site
  • Southport Club Site
  • Grafham Water Club Site
  • Damage Barton Club Site
  • Exmoor House Club Site
  • Stonehaven Queen Elizabeth Park Club Site
  • Hillhead Club Site
  • Edinburgh Club Site
  • Min Y Don Club Site
  • Alderstead Heath Club Site
  • Knaresborough Club Site
  • Black Horse Farm Club Site
  • Norfolk Broads Club Site
  • Exebridge Lakeside Club Site
  • Teesdale Barnard Castle Club Site
  • Brighton Club Site
  • Durham Grange Club Site
  • Seacroft Club Site
  • Kendal Club Site
  • Southland Club Site
  • Broadway Club Site
  • Daleacres Club Site
  • Fairlight Wood Club Site
  • Troutbeck Head Club Site
  • Hunter's Moon Club Site
  • Brecon Beacons Club Site
  • Freshwater East Club Site
  • Englethwaite Hall Club Site
  • Tredegar House Country Park Club Site
  • Bridlington Club Site

Top questions

What types of pitch are available?

Pitch surface, size and service options vary with each site. Details can be found on our pitch types page, including which sites have seasonal and storage pitches.

Do I have to be a member to stay on a UK site?

Over 200 Club sites are open to non-members, although some are reserved solely for members. Members may bring friends or family too, as long as they stay for the same duration. 

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